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COVID-19

Testing Information

Healthcare Testing: 

*When testing at our local health systems, be sure to CALL FIRST.

Gundersen Nurse Line: 608-775-4454
Mayo Nurse Line: 507-293-9525

 

Next Free Community Testing Events in La Crosse County: 


September 24th and September 25th - 10 am-8 pm
*Please bring insurance card.
(This testing site is free, but is billed to insurance. You will not receive a bill or co-pay. We do not turn away anyone without insurance.) 
Indoor Events

Mitchell Hall UW La Crosse

1820 Pine Street

La Crosse, WI 54601

 

September 26th 10 am-6 pm
*Please bring insurance card. 
(This testing site is free, but is billed to insurance. You will not receive a bill or co-pay. We do not turn away anyone without insurance.) 

Indoor Event

Logan High School

1500 Ranger Drive

La Crosse, WI 54601


September 28th - 10 am-6 pm
**Please pre-fill out paperwork for this event: https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/publications/p02721.pdf

Drive Up or Walk Up Event (Note that lines may become long and attendees need to remain in their vehicles.)

Health & Human Services Building

300 4th St. N.

La Crosse, WI 54601

 

Facebook Events: https://bit.ly/3mHH5cQ 


These testing sites are intended for La Crosse County residents but are available to anyone who is currently experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms or those who have been a contact of a positive COVID-19 case, ages 5 and up. 

Additional guidance including a traffic entry point map will be added as they are available. Status updates on the number of tests remaining will be shared periodically on the 3rd on our Facebook page and this site. 

 

Traffic Entry Map for 300 4th Street Site:

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Other Community Testing Options:

G-E-T Middle School

19650 Prairie Lane

Galesville, WI

 

Saturday, September 26 from 10 am - 5 pm

Open to Wisconsin residents over the age of 5 with any symptom of COVID-19 or a recent exposure to someone positive for COVID-19.


What to Do After Getting Tested